VOX alum Caliph Riley III shares a poem from his new book, “Tongue The Trigga.”
In the long-awaited second episode of the VOXCast, the teens discuss racism, domestic violence and XXXtentacion’s “Look At Me/Riot” video.
#NationalComicBookDay is everyday at VOX. Check out what our teen staffers write about all year long.
We asked our teens what they thought about rap lyrics from A Boogie and Kodak Black’s “Drowning” being used as a homework assignment.
This new advice column is for those of you who don’t know who to turn to when you are curious or confused.
DACA recipients are our classmates, co-workers, friends, neighbors, etc. We can no longer afford to be silent on issues that do not directly impact us.
Music Midtown was everything we expected to be, and sometimes a little more.
Teens today from almost any background now have the tools necessary to start a filmmaking career.
You all just got bamboozled. On Sept. 12, XXXtentacion dropped the video for his platinum single “Look At Me,” and it’s got a plot twist.
Black Lives Matter. Immigration. Sustainability. LGBTQ rights. Mental health in the prison system. Education. Intersectionality. VOX visited Emory’s Youth Theological Initiative to discuss these issues and other social justice issues.